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- AbSciCon 2019
2019-06-24 to 2019-06-28, Seattle, Washington
- BG-19: III International Conference on BioGeoSciences
2019-06-24 to 2019-06-28, Cayo Santa, Maria Santa Clara, Cuba
The objective of BioGeoSciences 2019 (BG-19) is to discuss scientific results achieved in the modeling of natural environments, from the small molecular-cellular scales to the enormous astrobiological-cosmological scales. The dissemination of this knowledge is intended to contribute to the UNESCO Sustainable Development Goals 2030, specially those related with Environment, such as 6 (Water) and 13-15 (Climate, Ocean and Land).
The following submission categories are welcome (please also see the Publication section):
- Abstracts (compulsory), with no more than 250 words, both in English and Spanish
- Short papers (optional, 4-8 pages)
- Extended papers (optional, 10-20 pages)
List of Topics
- Mathematical Modeling of Natural Environments
- Earth and Planetary Sciences
- Space Sciences
- 2019 Life in the Universe Symposium Information
2019-07-15 to 2019-07-16, INAF-IASF Milano, Italy
- 4th CHIANTI TOPICS INTERNATIONAL FOCUS WORKSHOP on “PLANETS IN LABORATORY“
2019-07-17 to 2019-07-19, Barberino Tavarnelle, Firenze Italy
The Chianti Topics International Focus Workshop is an extraordinary opportunity for experts in a selected field to meet and discuss in the beauty of the Chianti hills and a unique chance for an in-depth study of a topic to young researchers. The 4th edition of the Chianti Topics is organized by Università di Firenze and Istituto Nazionale di Astrofisica (INAF) and will offer an up-to-date view in the planetary atmosphere and Solar System planetary analogues and models and will invite researcher to discuss their recent results in this frontier field of research, giving highlights on future projects and research.
The topics of the workshop are:
- Planets, Moons and Exoplanets: Surfaces, Atmospheres and Exospheres
- Photochemistry and star-planet, moon-planet interactions
- Analogues of planetary atmospheres and environments
- Laboratory experiments on biospheres and biosignatures in planetary atmospheres
- 2019 International Summer School in Astrobiology: From Astrochemistry to the Origin of Life
2019-07-22 to 2019-07-26, Santander, Spain
The 2019 International Summer School in Astrobiology will be held at the summer campus of the Universidad Internacional Menéndez Pelayo (UIMP), Palacio de la Magdalena, Santander, Spain on July 22-26, 2019. The origin of life is one of the most fundamental topics in astrobiology, and lies at the intersection of astronomy, physics, chemistry, geology, and biology. Initially organic compounds form in the interstellar medium, and their interaction with radiation and surfaces--from grains of sand to growing planetsimals--facilitates the steady growth of complex molecules. In this way, they form chemical systems that can combine to create genetic material and metabolism. On our planet, the evolution of these protocellular materials gave rise to LUCA, the last universal common ancestor to all life, and from which all of Earth's biodiversity is derived. The 17th Astrobiology Summer School will connect the fundamental aspects of astrochemistry, prebiotic chemistry, and the origin of life. The students will attend lectures given by experts in the fields, will prepare and present a group project, and will participate in an excursion to a relevant geological site near Santander. The school is primarily aimed at graduate students in science or engineering, but is open to anyone interested in the origin of life and astrobiology.
- Goldschmidt 2019
2019-08-18 to 2019-08-23, Barcelona, Spain
There will be several sessions of interest to the EANA community, as for example:
Goldschmidt 2019 Session - Icy Waterworlds: Geochemistry of Subsurface Oceans in the Solar System
Session 01c at the following link: https://goldschmidt.info/2019/program/programViewThemes
The discovery of vast liquid water oceans under the icy surfaces of moons in the outer solar system has defined a new priority in planetary exploration. Understanding these oceans will reveal fundamental insights into aqueous geochemistry in the universe, the role of water/rock interaction in planetary evolution, and possibly the origins of life. However, their study is a unique challenge, with many fundamental questions remaining. For example, how does ocean composition evolve over geologic time? How does the composition of endogenic surface material relate to ocean composition? And what geochemical tracers of subsurface aqueous or biological processes might be transported to their surfaces where they can be studied by spacecraft? We welcome contributions addressing these and other topics related to subsurface oceans on icy solar system bodies. Chris Glein from Southwest Research Institute will deliver our keynote talk, titled ‘Alien Oceans as a New Frontier for Geochemistry’. The deadline for abstract submissions is the 29th March. Come and join us in Barcelona!
Co-conveners: Mark Fox-Powell (University of St Andrews) and Nisha Ramkissoon (Open University)
- EANA 2019
2019-09-03 to 2019-09-06, Orléans, France
Abstract deadline: 2019-06-28
Early bird registration deadline: 2019-08-02
- ESA -FAIR Space Radiation Summer School
2019-09-15 to 2019-10-01, Darmstadt, Germany
The 1st ESA-FAIR Radiation Summer School will take place in Darmstadt (Germany) from September 15 to October 1, 2019. Half of the school will be held in the ESA Center ESOC (theory part of the course) and the second half in the Helmholtz Center GSI (practical part). The maximum number of students will be 15. Students from ESA Member States will be eligible to participate to the ESA-FAIR Radiation Summer School. All the expenses will be covered under the Cooperation Agreement Contract. The School is aimed to Ph.D. students and postdocs from various radiation-related disciplines (physics, medicine, biology etc.). More information can be found on the School webpage:
- DAbG 2019 - German Astrobiology Society Annual Meeting
2019-09-26 to 2019-09-27, Vienna, Austria
- Tenth Moscow Solar System Symposium (10M-S3)
2019-10-07 to 2019-10-11, Space Research Institute, Moscow , Russia
Deadline for Registration and abstract submission: 2019-07-10
- VAAM WG Space Microbiology Workshop "Space Microbiology meets Omics"
2019-10-08 to 2019-10-08, University Duisburg-Essen
For more information, see also https://vaam.de/media/beitrag_wmb.pdf.
- IAC 2019 - 70th International Astronautical Congress
2019-10-21 to 2019-10-25, Washington, DC, USA
- 4th Cospar Symposium
2019-11-04 to 2019-11-08, Herzliya, Israel
The 4th Cospar Symposium deals with small satellites for sustainable Science and Development. The congress will take place on the 4th -8th November 2019, Hotel Daniel, Herzliya -- Israel.
The Committee on Space Research (COSPAR) was established by ICSU, now the International Science Council (ISC), in 1958. Among COSPAR's objectives are the promotion of scientific research in space on an international level, with emphasis on the free exchange of results, information, and opinions, and providing a forum, open to all scientists, for the discussion of problems that may affect space research. These objectives are achieved through the organization of symposia, publication, and other means. For more information on the conference: http://www.cospar2019.org/
- Fifth Network of Researchers on the Chemical Evolution of Life (NoR CEL) Conference
2020-08-25 to 2020-08-27, University of St. Andrews, Scotland
For more information contact norcelgroup (at) gmail.com.
Deadline for Registration and abstract submission: 2020-06-30